Saturday 1st June is the date of this year’s Strawberry Fair – rumoured to be the UK’s largest free one-day festival. But there’s lots to see and do before then – from art exhibitions and talks to live music and theatre – so here’s a taster of what’s coming up around Mill Road…
Landmark Seizures project Special Closing Event – Station Buildings (opposite Swiss Laundry, next to Station Cycles), from 12pm. Discussion, readings + performances throughout the day, with a special party 7-9pm. Hosted by Aid & Abet.
Cancer Research Fundraiser –
St Matthews Church, 12-3pm. Cakes, DVD’s, books, toys & handmade items for sale.
Tiger Blue duo – Earl of Beaconsfield, 8:30-11pm.
Last Gang In Town – the Man on the Moon, from 7:30pm. Music from: New Town Kings + Defekters + Last Gang DJ’s.
Acoustic Jam – Earl of Beaconsfield, from 9pm. Hosted by Johnny Wright, all welcome.
Dr Doodleys Drink & Draw – Hot numbers Café, 7:30-9:30pm. This fortnights theme is picture books and is hosted by Simon Prescott.
Quiz Night – The Dobblers, from 9pm. This weeks top prize is a rollover of £57.
Katharine Rose – Hot Numbers Café, 7:30-10pm. Indie/folk piano and singing.
Irish music session – Earl of Beaconsfield, from 9-11pm.
Quiz Night – The Brook, starts 9pm.
Four Farces – Mumford Theatre, 7:30pm. A selection of one-act farces presented by the European Arts Company.
All about CamLETS – CB1 Café, 7:30-9pm. Talk with Richard Robertson about Cambridge’s local exchange and trading system – CamLETS.
Dr Doodley’s Drink & Draw Artists annual exhibition – Hot Numbers Café, runs until 31st May. Over fifteen artists who attend Drink & Draw exhbiting their work.
Mohammed Djazmi ‘s ‘Social Commentary’ exhibition – Williams Art, until 31st May.
Jill Eastland’s ‘Our Land, Our Lives’ exhibition – The Six Bells, until 31st May.
Do check with venues/organisers for more info and updates.